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to turn blue. it was always a fairly reliable red state. they had an occasional centers like gary hart but six times democrat. 18 times republicans. that's three times as many times they voted republicans than democrat. that's pretty good. now to discuss this even further in our mind we're going to colorado, and we have david sirota. david wrote a piece about this. he followed colorado politics really closely. david, as first chance you look at the colorado delegation in the senate, then you look at their governor. then you think this is a democratic state. not always the case is it? >> no, it's not always the case. colorado has been traditionally republican or republican-leaning state. we are seeing at the policy level now a serious of progressive victories after the democrats retook back the house. they had it for a while. they lost it, and then took it back. a conservative democratic governor. conservative democrats in the senate. we're seeing the legislature pass a number of really progressive measures, and people in the state at the ballot level photoing for a number of progressiv
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